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Bernard Gallagher

Bernard Gallagher

Born in Bradford, Yorkshire, England on 1st January 1929. Died in 2016 aged 87 years old.
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Bernard Gallagher was an actor with a career spanning 30 years, from 1980 to 2010, starting at the age of 51. His first film was The Adventures of Frank: Seeds of Ice and his last film was The Trip. A lot of his work was in the Drama and Comedy genres.

Filmography

Film Film Year Runtime Rating Streaming Options
The Trip poster The Trip 2010 1h 47m
Plex Channel
IFC Films Unlimited Apple TV Channel
Photographing Fairies poster Photographing Fairies 1997 1h 46m
Countdown to War poster Countdown to War 1989 1h 18m
Plex Channel
Arthur's Hallowed Ground poster Arthur's Hallowed Ground 1984 1h 11m
The Adventures of Frank: Seeds of Ice poster The Adventures of Frank: Seeds of Ice 1980 1h 20m

Regularly Credited With

David Swift
David Swift
2 films together
Ian McKellen's profile
Ian McKellen
1 film together
Ben Kingsley's profile
Ben Kingsley
1 film together
Ben Stiller's profile
Ben Stiller
1 film together
Steve Coogan's profile
Steve Coogan
1 film together
Alan Ford's profile
Alan Ford
1 film together
Phil Davis's profile
Phil Davis
1 film together
Edward Hardwicke
Edward Hardwicke
1 film together
Frances Barber's profile
Frances Barber
1 film together

Stats

His Top Genres 1
34% Drama
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His Top Years
20% 2010
+ 4 more

1 Genres are counted according to total films, not total genres, as such the overall total of all genress will be more than 100%.

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Bernard Gallagher FAQ

How old was Bernard Gallagher when he died?

87 years old.

When was Bernard Gallagher born?

1st January 1929

Where was Bernard Gallagher born?

Bradford, Yorkshire, England

Has Bernard Gallagher won an Oscar?

No, he never won an Oscar.

Has Bernard Gallagher won a BAFTA?

No, he never won an BAFTA.

What ethnicity is Bernard Gallagher?

He was Caucasian.